Adderall withdrawal has become a serious health issue for young Americans. If you’re one of them, call Recovery Unplugged today at 1 (800) 55-REHAB to start healing today.
An Adderall addict will often take much more of the drug than any doctor would ever prescribe, sometimes as many as 20 pills a day. Prolonged exposure to the drug causes our bodies to adapt and because of this, we can experience withdrawal symptoms when we attempt to stop. Some of the most common include: trouble speaking, runny nose, paranoia, nausea and vomiting, insomnia, restless leg syndrome, incoherent speech, cold sweats, diarrhea or constipation and more. Adderall detox and withdrawal management should be supervised by an experienced and qualified medical professional for maximum safety.
Young adults are some of the most common sufferers of Adderall withdrawal. They often start taking the drugs when they’re teenagers and continue use to get through things like college exams. In addition to physical and psychological withdrawal, Adderall abuse can also create serious quality of life issues for users, including strained relationships with their families, decline in professional and academic performance, legal issues and more. In an ironic twist, withdrawal eventually renders sufferers unable to focus, leaving them worse off than when they started taking Adderall in the first place. Adderall withdrawal sufferers should not attempt to whether these symptoms on their own.
Adderall withdrawal should be treated through medical detox. The health risks and potential symptoms are far too severe for users to try and overcome on their own. Professional detox allows patients a discreet, safe and compassionate environment, and medical personnel that can intervene in the event of a medical emergency. Recovery Unplugged offers experienced doctors and nurses on staff to help with the process.